Sergei Nabokov (A.K.A. Golden Boy, Без перевода )Age:
Kidnapper/ K.G.B. SoldierBiography:
Born in Moscow, son of a “Fixer” for the mafia, there was nothing that Sergei ever wanted for. Blessed with money, influence and privilege Sergei grew up with the most thorough tutors and attended prestigious private schools. His father, however, was always more interesting than school and Serge wanted to be just like him. Despite his father’s adamant demand that his son be left out of “The Life”, Sergei would follow him to meetings and show up at known K.G.B. establishments.
By the time he was sixteen, he was known by most of the Mob Family and given the nickname “Golden Boy”. Thrilled to be noticed among those initiate in his father’s business, Sergei dropped out and threw himself headlong into the life. He started earning tattoos and running errands for the outfit, getting into fights with business owners who refused to pay taxes on their turf. When he got a tooth knocked out in a bar brawl, he replaced it with one of solid gold.
In his late teens and twenties, Sergei moved up among the ranks. More tattoos and more responsibilities meant more brutal crimes and higher percentages. He was always carrying a gun, choosing a .44 Magnum Revolver, just like his father had worn on his side.
In his eagerness to please the Family, Sergei made a bold move into a rival gang’s heroine trade which eventually got him shot and hospitalized for over a month. During that time, Sergei’s father turned his .44 on himself. There wasn‘t enough left of him for an open casket funeral.
Sergei still walks with a limp from his injuries, but carries a gold handled cane which allows him to move with relative ease. After the death of his father, Sergei became even more dedicated to his Mob family, desperate to fill his father’s shoes as a “Fixer”. When a request came down directly from Maksim Naumov, Sergei jumped at the opportunity to prove himself worthy of clandestine contracts. He was to find and return Sir Naumov’s long lost wife from America where she had fled.
Nothing and no one would stop him from succeeding at this task.